The question is misguided in
that it seems to assume the Bible (and the New Testament specifically) is just
a single book. Not only are there in
fact four different sources for the miracles of Jesus in the New Testament
(with additional sources contained within those), but there is the testimony of
Paul as well as James, two skeptics of Jesus’ miracles who were ultimately
convinced by his resurrection. The
Bible, one must understand, was not originally conceived as a single “holy book”
of any sort. Rather, its contents were
(and are) the accounts and letters of people who claimed to have witnessed the
events for themselves. Thus, posing this
question is on a par with asking for accounts of the holocaust other aside from
those written or influenced by those involved.
Such sources, by their very nature, are second rate.
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